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Councilwoman Wins Rep. Craig Washington's U.S. House Seat in Texas
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Craig Washington; 1941-., Sheila Jackson Lee; 1950-., Houston (Tex.) (Politics and government)
AL Principal Draws Fire for 'racist' Prom Threat
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Hulond Humphries, High schools (Race relations), Proms (Dances), Interracial dating, School superintendents and principals (Suspension), Wedowee (Ala.) (Education)
Commerce Secretary Ron Brown Helps Black Contractors Join LA Rebuilding
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Ron Brown; 1941-1996, United States Minority Business Development Agency, Black contractors, Insurance, Surety and fidelity, Los Angeles earthquake, 1994 (Federal aid)
PentaCom Names New Dir. of Minority Media Planning & Purchasing
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Terrance Calloway, PentaCom (Firm)
Cosbys Donate $1.8m to Effort to Establish National Black Women's Center in DC.
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Camille Cosby, National Council of Negro Women, National Center for African-American Women (Proposed)
Rhythm & Blues Greats Receive Pioneer Awards in New York City
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R&B Foundation, Pioneer Awards
Obituary
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Julius James; 1920-1994
Obituary
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Fred C. Bennette
GI May Lose Custody of Adopted Niece After Divorce in Germany
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David Smith, Ute Jensen-Smith, United States Army (Blacks), Custody of children (Germany), Interracial adoption, United States (Armed Forces, Germany)
'Golden Thirteen'--first Black Naval Officers Mark 50th Year of Commission
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United States Navy (History), Black naval officers

Survey Finds Minorities Resent Whites and Each Other
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Minorities (Attitudes), United States (Race relations)
Black Women Rising More Rapidly in Corporate America Than Black Men
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Black women executives (Promotion), Black executives (Promotion)
William Gould Confirmed as New Chairman of NLRB.
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William B. Gould, United States National Labor Relations Board
Grammy President Makes Plea to Halt Cuts in Music, Arts that Benefit Blacks Most
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Michael Greene, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (U.S.), Blacks (Education), Music (Study and teaching, Federal aid)
Kim Fields: Former Child Star Plays Role of Sassy Lady in Hit TV Show
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Kim Fields
Living Single
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Living single (Television program) (Reviews)
Supremes Get Star on the Walk of Fame
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Supremes (Musical group), Walk of Fame (Los Angeles, Calif.)

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